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Culinary experiments, CPI and substitution bias

Aiding the substitution bias Though this posting is about a culinary experiment, it will be useful to explore some terms connected with economics, to put this culinary experiment into the context of economics, or more aptly, home economics.  Every month,

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Cancer prevention through diet

 Prevention is better than cure Some of you might be familiar with a different version of the heading as, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  Whichever version you prefer, most people will opt for “prevention” rather

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The ebook This blog is associated with the ebook, A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for Innovative Non-Experts  Presently, this ebook is available in the Amazon Kindle store. Please click on the book cover below, to reach the

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Paayasam For Dearest Dad Who Art In Heaven Now….

This is in Honour and Gratitude of the Sweetness and Joy, My Dad, Pottayil Jayaram Das Menon,brought into my family ,not to mention many other lives my dear dad touched…..He was called Mr P.J.Menon, officially but now a days he

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Posted in Ramblings, Snacks & Desserts

Broccoli’s Extreme Makeover – Alternatives

Broccoli for breakfast The motivation for this post comes from the recent NYT Magazine article by Michael Moss (NYT Magazine, Nov. 1, 2013).  No one will dispute the health benefits of eating a vegetable like broccoli, on a regular basis. 

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Preface to the eBook – A Short Course in Culinary Experiments

Preface This e-book, A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for Innovative Non-Experts, is a replica of the printed edition of the same title, published in 2007.  The theme and main contents are unaltered from the print edition. 

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A Short Course in Culinary Experiments – Foreword by Professor Wallace Shugg

Foreword  Indian Cuisine Made Easy If you enjoy Indian cuisine in restaurants but are afraid to try cooking this exotic food at home, this book is for you. S. Muralidharan’s A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for

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